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New York Times, Sunday, January 22, 1995

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 68 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 85 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Certain reporters : CUBS
5. Slip : ERROR
10. Nickname for Haydn : PAPA
14. Monastery manuscript : CODEX
19. Kind of arch : OGEE
20. Religious author Philip : MAURO
21. "_____ blue as I can be..." : IMAS
22. Ocher green : OLIVE
23. Pain? : SHELLINGOUTCASH
26. Sheltered, as bees : HIVED
27. Nationality since 1948 : ISRAELI
28. _____-eye (tinstone) : TOADS
29. British Labor leader Ernest : BEVIN
30. Heavy farm cart : WAIN
31. Prefix with active or grade : RETRO
32. Pyromaniacs' delights : FIRES
33. Dead Sea fortress : MASADA
36. Toned down : MUTED
37. Party clothes and such : FINERIES
40. Fragrances : ODORS
41. Mayan? : NOBODYELSES
43. Writer _____ Winslow : OLA
44. Plangent : LOUD
45. Corrida performer : TORO
46. The Great Commoner : PITT
47. Nabokov book, 1957 : PNIN
48. Prince Valiant's eldest : ARN
49. Please? : LAWOFFICERS
53. Intoxicate : BESOT
54. Spring harbinger : REDROBIN
56. Sea arm : INLET
57. Explorer of Florida, 1539 : DESOTO
58. Poetic feet : IAMBS
59. Part of M.O. : MODUS
60. _____ Galilee : SEAOF
61. Pioneer of Dadaism : MANRAY
63. Conductor _____ Maazel : LORIN
64. U.S.S. Enterprise, e.g. : STARSHIP
67. Bach music maker : ORGAN
68. Lunges? : MIDDAYMEALS
70. "A Chorus Line" song : ONE
71. Conference start : TELE
72. Ship plank : WALE
73. Came down : ALIT
74. Tallow source : SUET
75. Opposite of "là," in French : ICI
76. Leis? : GENTLEWOMEN
80. _____ Haute, on the Wabash : TERRE
81. Ersatz art : FAKERIES
83. Buddies : CHUMS
84. Dines à la Lucullus : FEASTS
85. Make an effort : EXERT
86. 1000 groszy : ZLOTY
87. Auto racer Graham : HILL
88. Like many interviews : TAPED
89. Rears its ugly head : LOOMS
90. Had a life : EXISTED
94. It can be cured : BACON
95. Pals? : PINGPONGRACKETS
98. Came up : AROSE
99. _____ cheese : BLEU
100. European dormouse : LEROT
101. Gossip column squib : ITEM
102. Airport center : TOWER
103. Nurse's _____ : AIDE
104. Blackmore's Lorna : DOONE
105. See 38-Down : NESS
1. Mozart "_____ fan tutte" : COSI
2. Grunts of distaste : UGHS
3. Suds : BEER
4. Harrison Ford's "Fugitive" co-star : SELAWARD
5. Iago's wife : EMILIA
6. Made a collar : RANIN
7. Toupee, informally : RUG
8. Conquistador's quest : ORO
9. Send by a designated path : ROUTETO
10. Historical French region : PICARDY
11. Writer Jorge : AMADO
12. Head-'em-off site : PASS
13. Shade of blonde : ASH
14. Sticks : COHERES
15. 1963 Broadway smash : OLIVER
16. Mince? : DIVISIONSOFHOURS
17. Uniform : EVEN
18. Struck out : XED
24. Police hotline calls : LEADS
25. Schlepped : TOTED
29. Big name in I.Q. tests : BINET
31. _____ the green (links luck) : RUBOF
32. Dukes : FISTS
33. Wisdom tooth, e.g. : MOLAR
34. Put on a pedestal : ADORE
35. Moon? : SOUNDINGLIKEACOW
36. "Anyone who disagrees with me," in a saying : MORON
37. Send come-hither looks : FLIRT
38. With 105-Across, a Kevin Costner role : ELIOT
39. _____ Domingo : SANTO
41. "______ the Hour" (1948 Crosby hit) : NOWIS
42. Fencing equipment : EPEES
45. Brindled cat : TABBY
47. Peons' pay, perhaps : PESOS
49. Miller's salesman Willy : LOMAN
50. Icy waterway: Var. : FIORD
51. Ashley Wilkes sister, in "G.W.T.W." : INDIA
52. Bobbin lace : CLUNY
53. Baylor athletes : BEARS
55. _____ aves (nonpareils) : RARAE
57. Gave everybody a hand : DEALT
59. Calvin Klein employee : MODEL
60. Splotch : STAIN
61. Recurrent melody : MOTIF
62. Tropical palm : ARECA
63. Trills lightheartedly : LILTS
64. 1991-92 U.S. Open tennis champ : SELES
65. Sluggish : INERT
66. "For _____ sake!" : PETES
68. "Olympia" painter : MANET
69. Jolson song subject : MAMMY
72. Grotesque : WEIRD
74. Eskimo's wrap : SEALSKIN
76. Less trained : GREENER
77. Pastoral poem : ECLOGUE
78. Defeat, and how! : WHOMP
79. Peddled better than : OUTSOLD
80. Purposive : TELIC
82. Blow the whistle on : EXPOSE
84. Get stuck (on) : FIXATE
86. Like city real estate : ZONED
87. Cousin of the egret : HERON
88. Tropical tuber : TARO
89. Caron film, 1953 : LILI
91. Place for a chapeau : TETE
92. Noisy-le-Sec summers : ETES
93. Mil. awards : DSMS
94. Casey's club : BAT
95. Cops' org. : PBA
96. Classic prefix : NEO
97. _____ Harlem Brudtland (Norwegian leader) : GRO

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